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Southern Adder | De Hoop Nature Reserve | ©Peter Chadwick #conservationphotography
Wildlife
Ever since the time when Adam bit into the infamous apple, reptiles have caused a shiver down people’s spine and our inborn reaction is to scream and run, or on occasion, worse for the reptile, pick up a blunt object and beat it into oblivion. Reptiles however play a vital role in the environment and if one takes the...
Common-hermit-crab-in-shell ©Alex Hyde | ARKive
Conservation
Valentine’s Day has past, but February is still Cupids month. We’re featuring a few forlorn species looking for love on behalf of ARKive.
Orange-breasted Sunbird in Kirstenbosch copyright arne purves
Birding
Kirstenbosch National Botanical Gardens in Cape Town is a world renowned botanical garden and one of the Big 6 attractions in Cape Town. It is also a bird photographers paradise.
De Hoop vlei by wildlife and conservation photographer Peter Chadwick.jpg
Conservation
World Wetlands Day is on the 2nd February. It is important to recognise the conservation importance of these aquatic systems as they are vital in sustaining life around us. 
Cape Mountain Zebra by wildlife and conservation photographer Peter Chadwick.jpg
Travel Writing
Considered one of the flagship nature reserves of CapeNature, De Hoop Nature Reserve and Marine Protected Area is probably best known for its vast numbers of Southern Right Whales that come to calve and mate within its protected waters.
A Lioness eyes the photographer
Photography
A wildlife photography trip to the Kgalagadi Transfrontier National Park must rank highly on every wildlife photographer's top places to visit.
Agulhas plain flooding by wildlife and conservation photographer Peter Chadwick.jpg
Travel Writing
On the 6 January 2014 an unseasonally large weather front slammed into the Western Cape dropping a deluge of rain over a four-day period and flooding vast areas and affecting weather patterns as far north as the Kalahari.
Mozambique ladies in the mist by wildlife and conservation photographer Peter Chadwick.jpg
Photography
As 2013 slips away into history and with the dawning of 2014 in the New Year, I spent some time reflecting on the highs and low’s of the year and realised that photographically, it was a challenging, exciting and extremely interesting year.
Greater flamingo with head tucked into wing by wildlife and conservation photographer Peter Chadwick.jpg
Photography
Bird photography is an exciting photographic pursuit. There is a great diversity of birds, all with interesting habits, vibrant and varied coloration and antics. Bird photography can often be difficult and challenging, but it is also easy to find "tame" subjects to practice on. Here are 10 tips to help improve your bird photography. 
Captive Mangshan Pit Viper
Conservation
In celebrating their 10th anniversary ARKive have launched a campaign to champion the important message that no conservation challenge is a lost cause if knowledge, dedication and strong partnerships are put into play.
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